Bachelor of Criminology
Why study the Bachelor of Criminology at UNE?
This inter-disciplinary degree draws upon criminology, forensic archaeology and palaeoanthropology, forensic science, sociology of deviance, law and criminal justice studies.In the first year students will study criminal law, criminology, sociology, psychology, forensic science and forensic anthropology. In later years students choose eight criminology elective units and will undertake training in research methods, crime prevention, and social policy analysis to equip them with the necessary skills for employment in the criminal justice sector.
The Bachelor of Criminology is an interdisciplinary degree that offers a solid academic grounding and vocational qualification that may lead to a career in Policy Advice and Development, Policing and Corrections; Crime Prevention, Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare, Security Industry, Crime Intelligence Services; Drug and Law support services, Environmental and Industry Regulation.
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3 Years Full-time
6 Years Part-time
Commonwealth Supported Place
2009 ATAR / OP
72.55 / 14
2010 STUDY OPTIONS
Semester 1, Off Campus
Semester 1, On Campus
Semester 2, Off Campus
Semester 2, On Campus
|Fees||Commonwealth Supported Place|
|Total Credit Points||144|
|How to Apply||
New domestic students to UNE apply to study on-campus through UAC or QTAC.For more information, click here
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Intensive mandatory schools may be a requirement of some of the units in this course. See Unit Catalogue for specific requirements.
Normal admission requirements apply.
Assumed knowledge is any two units in English
|Practical, Clinical or Work Experience||
Candidates may elect to include a work experience unit in their program. This component equips students with hands-on practical experience in the field with local industry and service providers working in the area of criminal justice.
Students may apply for advanced standing towards the degree on the basis on previous tertiary study.
Graduates with sufficient grades may apply for Bachelor of Criminology with Honours
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To qualify for the award a candidate shall complete a total of 144 credit points with not more than 60 credit points at 100-level and at least 12 credit points from units listed in approved majors for the Bachelor of Arts course.
Program of Study
Candidates shall complete an approved program of study as outlined in the Course Schedule comprising:
|Course Structure||Credit Points|
|Core Units||12 cps|
|Elective Units||132 cps|